Witchcraft by Teresa Moorey

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Although it’s been awhile since I’ve read this book (my brother owns it,) I remember what a great little book it was.
I really enjoyed the sections on The God and Goddess and Witches and Sexuality. This was one of the first books I ever read on Witchcraft. I also recommmend Living Wicca by Scott Cunningham in addition to this book.

I am going to buy myself a copy soon.

Update: Feb. 25/03
I borrowed this book from my brother and am reading it again and have been noticing quite a few things that I’m not sure are correct. Things such as Witchcraft being a religion (I’m still not sure of my take on that) and she calls what I know of as the Wiccan rede as the Witches Creed but not all Witches follow it. She says that Satanists worship the devil (which they don’t) and when talking about the Burning Times, does not mention that most of the people who died weren’t actually witches, and I am only at Chapter 2!

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